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By Patrick Williams

Patrick Williams
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Read Class members ineligible for a settlement denied the right to appeal Class members ineligible for a settlement denied the right t... Class members ineligible for a settlement denied the right to appeal

By Patrick Williams

Patrick Williams
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Read The Duty of Care for Pure Economic Loss: How Far Does it Extend? The Supreme Court Deliver... The Duty of Care for Pure Economic Loss: How Far Does it Ext... The Duty of Care for Pure Economic Loss: How Far Does it Extend? The Supreme Court Delivers its Judgment in 1688782 Ontario Inc. v. Maple Leaf Foods Inc. et al.

By William Main ...

William Main
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Read Certification refused because plaintiffs offer no evidence of compensable harm after defen... Certification refused because plaintiffs offer no evidence o... Certification refused because plaintiffs offer no evidence of compensable harm after defendants repair vehicles

By Patrick Williams

Patrick Williams
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Read Significant Changes to the Ontario Class Proceedings Act are now in force Significant Changes to the Ontario Class Proceedings Act are... Significant Changes to the Ontario Class Proceedings Act are now in force

By Adriana Forest

Adriana Forest
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Read To stay or not to stay: the Quebec Court of Appeal provides clarification on the test to b... To stay or not to stay: the Quebec Court of Appeal provides... To stay or not to stay: the Quebec Court of Appeal provides clarification on the test to be applied

By Kristian Brabander ...

Kristian Brabander
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Read Abusive and dilatory behavior of the plaintiffs: order to replace class representatives pr... Abusive and dilatory behavior of the plaintiffs: order to re... Abusive and dilatory behavior of the plaintiffs: order to replace class representatives preferred over immediate dismissal of the class action

By Andrée-Anne Labbé ...

Andrée-Anne Labbé
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Read B.C. Court of Appeal confirms there is no “federal common law” privacy tort, but suggests... B.C. Court of Appeal confirms there is no “federal common la... B.C. Court of Appeal confirms there is no “federal common law” privacy tort, but suggests the existence of a provincial privacy tort is an “interesting question”

By Patrick Williams

Patrick Williams

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